Some Habits Never Die

Heavy double doors sung open, and Xander's amber eyes were welcomed by a radiant silver star. It's shimmering scaled dome was graced by comets racing around a dark crowded room. The disco ball's passive display of radiance followed no rhythm but its own as it hovered high above the congested dance floor. Separate sets of... Continue Reading →

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To The Rescue

Light-bulbs sparked to life in the art shop, Darla, exhausted, thought about her mattress. Soft purple, pink and orange of a setting sun, She saw painted on the large cloudy sky canvas. Counting down to the final hour, The young brunette wanted to go home. But a familiar ring alerted her a customer, It took... Continue Reading →

Unexpected Pt.4: Fear

"No... Nope. I can't do this..." Glenda backed away from Dalfrey's side, shaking her head. Fear suffocated her mind at the same time heartache poured out and pooled inside her chest. The heels of her boots squeaked against the polished floor as she spun on them and headed to the door of the children's hospital... Continue Reading →

Hot Cup of Crush

A lovely warm day outside the cafe, Mera enjoyed her coffee and parfait. While listening to an audio book, Someone walked by and she took a look. A handsome man sat down a few tables away, The elbow she leaned on almost gave way. His eyes gleamed those gorgeous blues, He held a smile when... Continue Reading →

Unexpected Pt.3: The Child Doll

(Haven't read the previous parts? Here are the links: Unexpected & Unexpected Pt. 2 (Don't feel like it? No worries! This part is just as fun without them.)  "Oh, that is the creepiest thing I have ever seen," Glenda took a step back, wide-eyed at the bizarre doll lying skewed against the bed pillow, "Second to you though."... Continue Reading →

Uninvited Fishing Guest

Inhaling the crisp morning air, Old man Dan exhaled a large white puff. He stood next to a river outside a forest, Holding his lawn chair and fishing stuff. The old man found a spot in the open, Readied his chair and made his cast. Sat comfortably with the pole in hand, Hoping to catch... Continue Reading →

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